Are you re-working the site or are you constructing it?
If you're re-working it, maybe you didn't get as far as removing or converting stuff, but if you're
entirely with HTML and CSS. Your menus will be much more controllable with lists defined by CSS and
it will be much easier to sort out the expanding box issues.
You have referenced a stylesheet for IE6 by a conditional in your HTML header, but you have a space
between IE and 6, so the condition will not be met.
Also, I can't find StyleSheetIE6.css on your site, to see if it would have corrected your expanding
BTW one more thing, you have spelled "Transitions" incorrectly in your Fathertime News/New site
launched column. You have an 's' instead of a 't'.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Gaffney
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 11:37 PM
Subject: [css-d] extra right padding/margin in IE6
I've got a weird issue with a site that I'm working on.
I've got DIVs that are a specific width with specific padding/margin and a
background image (the "Auctions", "Contact Us", and "Your Account" boxes). In
Firefox 3 and IE7, these DIVs are exactly as they're specified.
In IE6, it's a different story. The boxes extend 10px or so farther to the right
than they're supposed to. You can see it on the right when you compare the "Your
Account" box and the "Sponsored Ads" box. Both are supposed to be 162px.
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